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Vegan Parenting Interview

I was interviewed by Sarah about vegan parenting at her blog Stuff About Stuff. The post includes one of Alice’s favourite recipes - check it out! Subscribe RSS & Email | Follow Veganza @ Twitter & Tumblr & Facebook | Get the shiny free newsletter!

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Weekly Wrap: Links and Photos

photo credit: daniel.julia Not on the animal-friendly wagon yet? Go vegan for the month of March! (It’s never too late to start, even if you missed the competition entry!) It’s easier than you think, I promise. And then try April, May, … Continue reading

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The Malicious Cup

Yesterday the Melbourne Cup was held in Australia, as part of the Spring Racing Carnival. During this time, women stick dead birds in their hair, calling it fashionable and attractive, and everyone sits on their lazy asses to watch horses … Continue reading

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Tiny vegan footprints

A quick, to-the-point article turned up on MSN Singapore News recently about the environmental benefits of veg diets. Going veggie can slash your carbon footprint: study Giving up meat could drastically reduce your carbon footprint, with meat-eaters’ diets responsible for … Continue reading

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An ethical wardrobe: it's so hot right now

The UK media, from what I’ve seen, seems to be reasonably vegan-friendly. From pro-animal rights articles to health, they aren’t quite so afraid as certain other western nations of throwing the v-word around. *cough*Australia*cough* *cough*UnitedStates*cough*cough* The Guardian has been doing … Continue reading

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Killing for cars

In the near future, gas prices are at an astronomical high. One man is determined to find an alternate fuel source. That alternate fuel source turns out to be blood… HUMAN BLOOD. I was looking at biodiesel information and conversion … Continue reading

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